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I got "Segmentation Fault" when I run my application on another PC without Qt.
pico last edited by
I follow the way described in "Deploying Qt Applications" to collect all shared libraries into a folder.
And, write a shell script to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
basename $0 | sed s,\.sh$,,
And, put my application into the folder as well. However, when I run this application on another PC.
I get "Segmentation Fault"!!
Could you help me to know the reason?? The only library I don't put in is linux-gate.so.1.
Thanks a lot.
tony last edited by
Well, I don't think that a missing library is a source for segfault. Anyway, you can check if there're some missing libraries using ldd.
I think that your friend can be "strace" or "gdb". So you can give us more informations useful to help you.
yshurik last edited by
I recommend to check the list of linked shared libraries by "ldd -v myapp" on linux and "otool -L MyApp.app/Contents/MacOS/MyApp" on Mac. Then compare these lists on host and distribution system. It maybe some other library which have different version.